14) The Last Bit: What are the Goals for Bible Translation?

We were listening to a talk on this recently. Get this: First, By 2033, 95% of all people in the world should have a full Bible, and just as significantly, 99.9% should have the entire New Testament. The exciting part is — 100% should have at least 25 chapters. Imagine — every tribe, every nation, with the Word of God. It’s going to happen. Want to be a part of it? It’s really cool. First, scan this article in Christianity Today to see what a huge accomplishment this is…

http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/may/together-for-gospels-bible-translation-unity-illuminations.html

Then check out the site itself at…

https://illuminations.bible/home

For Bible translation, this has got to be one of the most exciting times in the history of the work.

One Response to 14) The Last Bit: What are the Goals for Bible Translation?
  1. Andrew C. Diprose Reply

    This is most encouraging. This coupled with the No Place Left 2025 vision (see http://www.noplaceleft2025.org/ ) finally makes it seem feasible, based on solid discipling parameters coupled with the use of the Word of God in understandable languages.

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